If you're a radio personality who does any kind of comedy or humor on your show, here's something you really need to think about:
Your comedy or humor isn't being compared to that of other "disc jockeys" or "presenters" or "radio hosts."
Your listeners compare the comedy and humor they hear on your program to that of their favorite comedians and humorists.
As a friend of mine eloquently says, in today's multimedia world "all messages swim in the same ocean."
If you have a sense of humor and the ability to use it to make your listeners smile, laugh, chuckle or guffaw, by all means you should use it.
Just remember, your listeners will not cut you a break by thinking, "Well, that wasn't really very funny. But I guess for a disc jockey it's okay."
Because they're not comparing you to other radio personalities. They're comparing you to the funniest stuff they encounter in all the mass media.
I certainly am not warning you to avoid humor.
Heck, it was my use of humor and comedy that made me successful as a jock (about 150 years ago) and then made me semi-famous to radio people when I launched my own two comedy services.
I'm simply suggesting that you make every reasonable effort to make sure that when you attempt to do something funny, it comes across the speakers as funny.
Unless you're one of the few radio people with a big enough budget to hire some great comedy writers, most likely you have to come up with almost all of your own material.
Comedy Sponsor Lines won't relieve you of the burden of constantly creating new material, but it sure will help.
Comedy Sponsor Lines contains 625 funny fake sponsor lines.
Slip one in between songs....
Use one when coming out of the News....
Play (or read) one whenever you want to sneak a chuckle in between your listeners' ears.
Is Comedy Sponsor Lines right for you?
If none of the above samples makes you smile, don't order this ebook.
If you did smile a couple of times, then for you it's a bargain.
And at less than a nickel each, how can you go wrong??